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Longtime Baltimore Police union president to step down, return to streets
Longtime Baltimore Police union president to step down, return to streets

The president of the Baltimore Police union for the past six years has announced he will not seek another term.  In a memo to fellow members of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3 late last week, Robert F. Cherry said he would not be seeking any position on the union's executive board when nominations are accepted at a meeting Monday night.  Cherry, who is in his 21st year on the force, said he will request a return to the operations bureau. Prior to becoming the FOP president, Cherry spent many years as a homicide detective but has said he wants to return in another role.  Cherry's six years at the helm of the union is the longest since Gary McLhinney, who...

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